Story of Coffee: Devil’s drink to birth of insurance

Sipping a hot cup of coffee is a  divine experience for many.  However, you might be startled to know when coffee was introduced it was faced with severe resistance and many campaigns taken up to block the growth of coffee as beverage. So, how did the coffee aficionados break the

Fan Equity – Not only a fan but also an Owner

When a private limited company needs more money for its growth and expansion plans, it goes to public to raise the capital. Thus, it becomes a publicly-owned company. People who buy company’s shares bear the highest risk but they also enjoy the collective ownership of the company which is transferable.

Collaborating to better manage critical assets

From 2011 to 2016 international water research organisations, Australian water utilities and three Australian universities came together to undertake fundamental research in how critical water pipes fail and the conditions leading to failure. It was a interesting project to address problems which mattered to many, managing critical assets in this

Bead Game inspired from literature

A well-known book by the German-born Swiss writer Hermann Hesse ‘The Glass Bead Game’ has inspired  innovator Martins Jansons to come up with  Bead Game which is now getting more popular as it tries to bring together the digital world without losing the charm of playing a physical board game.

Sharing and Collaboration Economy : You just can’t ignore!

Sharing economy and collaborative consumption is all pervasive across countries and across industries.While there has been lot written and spoken about the big innovations stories like Uber, Airbnb there are lot more interesting patterns which could help us to improve our Resonvate thinking. Few interesting patterns on how the sharing